A judge in San Francisco has set a $2 million bond for an engineer who has been held in custody for 19 months after being accused of stealing trade secrets from DuPont and selling them to China. The order is stayed pending review by the district judge overseeing the case. Walter Liew's legal team at Keker & Van Nest argued that his confinement is unreasonable and interferes with his defense.
As Case Drags, Defendant in DuPont Trade Theft Case Granted Bond
March 1, 2013